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conversations and voicemails of 9/11 victims and their families. rudy giuliani was mayor of new york during that time. he and murdoch have been friends for a long time, so what does giuliani make of all this? >> intercepting communications like that is a crime, it has to be investigated. i think what there shouldn't be and we've learned recently with a bunch of criminal cases of different kinds, don't rush to judgment, give people a presumption of innocence. i think that just how high up it goes is a big question and it's one we shouldn't be jumping to conclusions about. >> speaking of hacking, somebody absolutely plundered the pentagon in the spring, it was one of the worst breaches ever of security. listen to these details. >> indeed, in a single intrusion this past march, 24,000 files were taken. >> it was done, we think, by a foreign intelligence service, in other words, a nation state was behind it. >> now, those files belonged to a u.s. defense contractor, that's 24,000 good reasons why the defense department is looking at tightening up its cyber security. casey anthony leaves jail in
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, "news of the world" whistleblower is found dead. and rudy giuliani says rupert murdoch is a honorable and honest man. rudy giuliani said the same thing about a guy sitting in prison right now. >>> coming up, the latest developments in the "news of the world" scandal, why rebekah brooks was arrested yesterday and what they found in the trash today. plus, just how extreme is the republican cut, cap, and balance plan for the budget? it makes the ryan plan look reasonable. [ female announcer ] the healing power of touch can be even more powerful, with precise pain relieving cream. it blocks pain signals fast for relief precisely where you need it most. precise. only from the makers of tylenol. >>> reports now indicate that congress is considering only two plans to raise the debt ceiling this week. one, a hopeless stunt that everyone knows is hopeless, the other, a last resort plan in which each side can claim some sort of victory. today, the president issued a rare obama veto threat against the stunt house republicans are calling the cut, cap, and balance act of 2011. it would cut fiscal
"news of the world" scandal in england. former new york mayor rudy giuliani is the next most obvious person to be asked to react to these allegations about 9/11 victims having their phones hacked. these days, rudy giuliani is sort of unavoidable for comment. he is half running for president with three stops in new hampshire just today, as news broke of the fbi's 9/11 investigation. rudy giuliani is a contributor at the murdoch property that is the fox news channel. he is a politician who has benefited greatly from the support of mr. murdoch's lurid new york city tabloid "the new york post." today, he talked about debt reform, the republican primary, going to law school in the 1960s, and why being the mayor of new york on 9/11 gives him a special connection to members of the military fighting in iraq and afghanistan. >> because i feel that the reason they are there started in my city on september 11, 2001. that is where they came and attacked us. >> it was not until later in the day at a biker rally in new hampshire and an interview with cnn that mr. giuliani addressed the address of
and republican senator lindsey graham. then rudy giuliani on the president, the republican field, and gay marriage. >> i don't know what the heck the republican party wants to do getting involved in people's sexual lives and personal lives so much for. stay out-it. >> and the politics of red ink with former biden chief of staff ron klain and former congressman tom davis. i'm candy crowley. and this is "state of the union." the president said he wanted a deal by friday so lawmakers met with him at the white house day after day after day. they took a break friday, and the president pushed again. >> if washington operates as usual and can't get anything done, let's at least avert armageddon. >> joining me now, white house budget director jacob liu. thanks for being here this morning. >> good to be with you, candy. >> we are told by hill sources that since the last white house meeting on thursday and this morning there has been no progress. do you concur? >> i think quite a bit has been going on since the meeting at the white house on thursday night. >> there's been activity. has there been p
graham, thanks for joining us this morning. >> thank you. >>> up next, why rudy giuliani is considering another run for president. >> i think that i probably have the best record in terms of having done something similar to what the country needs done right now. candy? um-- well, you know, you're in luck. we're experts in this sort of thing, mortgage rigamarole, whatnot. why don't we get a contract? who wants a contract? [honks horn] [circus music plays] here you go, pete. thanks, betty. betty: we're out of toner. announcer: if you're facing foreclosure, talk to the right people. speak with hud-approved housing counselors free of charge at... ♪ sing polly wolly doodle all the day ♪ ♪ hah >>> in the republican presidential field, we've got a handful of not quite candidates conducting uncampaigns, which is sometimes a prelude to a real campaign and sometimes just an interesting activity or maybe a way to drive up speaking fees. rudy julia thisny is one of the not quits. when he launched his first presidential bid in 2008, the former new york mayor went right to the top of the polls.
and back to rudy giuliani -- endorse and back rudy giuliani, a pro-gay rights politician? >> i am not sure that supporting giuliani or the gay issue will have any effect whatsoever on perry. he has a lot of money and support. he is not even in the race, and the fox news opinion poll on thursday showed mitt romney at 17 n., i believe, perry attw13. >> there is a letter shakiness with him. >> i think it will end up with perry and romney. >> nobody is responsible to the american consumer. nobody is looking for american families. >> harvard law professor elizabeth warren with abc's jake tapper. she was a prime mover in the wall street reform and consumer protection act. wall street does not like this, charles. >> how was it working out, with 9.2% unemployment? the regulations that i get to be written on this -- that are yet to be written on this take years and years and introduce nothing but uncertainty in the markets, and add to that, obamacare, unbelievable uncertainty. nobody knows what the rates are going to be, who is going to be injured and not insured, and you are surprised businesses a
. congresswoman, thank you. congresswoman, thank you very much. >> thank you. >>> coming up, rudy giuliani on the tweets from congress. naturals from delicious, real ingredients with no artificial flavors or preservatives. naturals from purina cat chow. share a better life. [ male announcer ] get ready for the left lane. the volkswagen autobahn for all event is back. right now, get a great deal on new volkswagen models, including the jetta, awarded a top safety pick by the iihs. that's the power of german engineering. hurry in and lease the jetta s for just $179 a month. ♪ visit vwdealer.com today. >>> freshman house republican alan west is one of those who voted yes for the boehner bill tonight and he joins me now. what's gone wrong today? has speaker boehner lost all his power? what's been happening? >> i don't think speaker boehner lost any of his power, and i'll commend the speaker going toe to toe with the president during this issue, especially earlier this week when he did a rebuttal speech after the president's speech, i believe monday night. he has truly stepped up to the plate.
in the race. if he gets in, i think he'll be for real. >> you might be surprised but rudy giuliani said something that i agree with. even a broke clock is right twice a day. he said that republicans should get out of people's bedrooms. how do you think this plays with rick perry and the prayer meetings and with the michele bachmann and her statements about gays and her husband being quoted calling barbarians. look what rudy giuliani said, a republican leader running around new hampshire, there is what rudy giuliani said. >> i think that republican party would be well advised to get the heck out of people's bedrooms and let these things get decided by states. >> dana? >> you know, reverend, i think this is a pretty clear sign that rudy will not be running for president. if he does want to run for president, he will have to go to marcus bachmann's clinic and try to reorient that thinking. that is not what republican electorate wants it here right now. he has a libertarian point of view. but his support would be victory fluff for him today. >> i was thinking of campaigning for him in spl o
the american people want. >> congresswoman, thank you very much. >> thank you. >> coming up, rudy giuliani on today's vote and what happens next. earlier today, the president was urging people to tweet their representatives in congress. we'll show you some of those tweets tonight. >>> freshman house republican alan west is one of those who voted yes for the boehner bill tonight and he joins me now. what's gone wrong today? has speaker boehner lost all his power? what's been happening? >> i don't think speaker boehner lost any of his power, and i'll commend the speaker going toe to toe with the president during this issue, especially earlier this week when he did a rebuttal speech after the president's speech, i believe monday night. he has trul stepped up to the plate. the speech tonight was a very strong speech and laid out his vision as far as the purpose of this bill and his way ahead. >> the american public are watching, thinking you guys wasted another whole day with posturing, political gains and in the end, nothing has happened. you ended up putting a bill in the house that was neve
. their choice for the nominee mitt romney still ahead. rick perry not officially in 14%. rudy giuliani is not in. i don't think he'll run. he's at 1%. sarah palin we don't know, 13. michelle bachmann doing well at 12%. still wide-open. >> that's the main point of this poll. it's wide-open. it tells you a lot in that the republican race is wide-open. it tells you very little as to who will win. governor romney the front-runner. leading in new hampshire. gong woman michelle bachmann fifth leading in iowa. the top tier right now of the declared candidates is romney and michelle bachmann and then we'll see where it goes from there. between perry, rudy giuliani and palin that's more than 40%. perry is likely to run. palin we don't think so. rudy giuliani we don't think so. voters are not settled with this field and still look ago round and certainly looking around for a conservative alternative to romney. that's why you have so many people not at the grassroots level, fundraiserers grassroots level. >> let's say he gets in, let's say he gets in. does he hurt michelle bachmann more or mitt romney more
city mayor rudy giuliani, and we are joined by mark murray, and we say this as if their names have just sprouted up. i want to start with rick perry, because "forbes" just released the top cities that should recover and be the next boom and three of the top five were texas cities. >> well, if rick perry, who is the governor of texas, and odds are that he will, because he is making phone calls to conservative activists in iowa and new hampshire and if he gets in, he has a ability to capture the tea party message and say that somebody like mitt romney governs like a liberal and i govern like a conservative. >> what is taking him so long? >> well, opening up the field, and people like mitt daniels and haley barbour did not run and newt gingrich's campaign implosion allowed a lot of of rick pey's former staffers who were working with gingrich to join up with perry. >> and sarah palin says that coming soon at the end of the summer, she will make a decision. >> well, the odds on favorite is that she is probably not going to run. to be able to run for president, you have to be able to raise th
out so soon. >> these early polls are not a good indicator of anything. if they were, rudy giuliani or hillary clinton would be president of the united states. they almost never predict the outcome and when people get to know my record in minnesota of reducing taxes, cutting spending, doing healthcare reform the right way no, mandates or takeovers and benefited pay reform and the like, i think my campaign will do quite well. >> pawlenty says he's confident he'll finish strong in the iowa republican party's straw poll august 13th. >>> republican presidential hopeful jon huntsman introduced himself to florida voters this weekend. the former governor of utah spoke to a crowd of about 200,000 people in sarasota saturday. the gop candidate says florida will be a critical state for him this campaign season. >>> the people of grand rapids, michigan, are saying good-bye to betty ford. hundreds waited to sign a book of remembrance for the former first lady. president gerald ford's museum is in grand rapids, the couple's hometown. family members will hold a private funeral service at st. marg
for president a lot and in fact has been -- until he actually says yes, he's not a yes. >> here's rudy giuliani, who by the way, rick perry was the only governor to support him. here's what rudy giuliani had to say about perry. >> i'm going to campaign for a republican candidate for president, whether it's one of the people in the field, myself or maybe somebody new that comes into the field of which there are one or two that are pretty darn impressive. rick perry is not in yet. rick has got a great record. probably one of the strongest records of any governor in america. >> that's a pretty good endorsement from rudy giuliani, and it would certainly cut down on some of this idea if you're rick perry to tout that giuliani is on board with him the idea that he's too conservative to be elected president. >> sure. i don't see anything discouraging rick perry at this moment, especially when you look at the fund-raising that -- the report that came in over the last week. no one is raising that much money, with the exception of mitt romney, who is also at a tremendous disadvantage against the presiden
'm a little burned out on debt talk. i think everybody is. i want you to respond to seeing rudy giuliani in new hampshire. here's what he said for his own reasons for being in new hampshire. watch. >> so you're making multiple stops and anybody would think you're running for president. >> i'm here to help them raise funds, i'm here to help the party, and partially in the back of my mind i'll sort of assess the situation as well. probably after i get back i'll think about, is it a good idea to run, should i, shouldn't i, and probably decide in the next couple months. >> jennifer ruben, that's actually the most we've heard about this flirtation, it had been more bubbling in the back of the head. is rudy giuliani what the republican party is missing now? >> no. and i this i this is a bit of a joke. there are those candidates who either run or threaten to run vanity campaigns. i think this is the classic one. >> remember, there was a front-runner and he's already turning into a vanity campaign. >> exactly. last time, you could understand and i think he wants to stay in the mix, i think he wa
have done it in the past like rudy giuliani and regretted it. it's important to come here and compete and the nice thing about iowa is, even if you're not well-known, if you can beat expectations here and be one of the top three, you can boost your opportunities in the rest of the country. >> bret: what about speaking directly to other states driving trying to move up on the calendar, florida, georgia. >> i think the parties -- both the republican and democratic parties have said the iowa caucus should be first, new hampshire primary second then you've got south carolina and nevada in there. i think that the system has worked well and it would be a mistake. those that try to move up, we'll move our caucus up and new hampshire will move their primary up. they need to respect and recognize the process that's been in place. >> former governor sarah palin was in iowa this week, a supporter of yours in the last campaign. do you think she's running? >> that's a good question. she's got everybody guessing but she had a presume premiere of your movie and was well received there and so i don't
for the white house could change before the next election. also rudy giuliani is weighing in on the race for president. why he says the candidate to beat president obama is in and is not out there yet. >>> and why a family of a veteran killed in combat felt the country was disrepresenting their loved one. >>> we're taking a look at how people are lashing out against increased fees. >>> plus, we've been following the latest b.a.r.t. shooting very closely. now, we're learning new information about the man shot by police. >>> also, the casey anthony trial pushing california to create a new law. tonight on ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00. complete bay area news coverage. it's really delicious, mom. it's not too well done? nope. but it is a job well done. what are you reading, sweetie? her diary. when you're done, i'd love some feedback. sure. your mom and i read that thing cover-to-cover. loved it. thanks. would you mind if i cut the lawn this weekend? only if you let me talk to your mother on the phone for hours on end. done. [ male announcer ] u-verse brings peace to the family. at&t u-verse l
of rudy giuliani. chris: don't think he should run. >> when i sat down with michele bachmann, i asked her about how she uses the fact she had foster children, she and her husband raised 23. would any come forward and they're now adults to sort of campaign for her? she interestingly said no, we will keep that private. we will respect that. i find that interesting since she uses that characteristic -- chris: joe? >> chris, i'm sick of politics. i want to go to the beach. if you're going to beach, you should read the most wonderful novel i have read in years, "a visit from the goon squad" by jennifer egan. it won the pulitzer prize this year. and it's beautifully written. chris: summer reading from joe klein. when we come back, big question of the week, with this president so vulnerable, are big-time republicans kicking themselves for not running? chris: welcome back. president obama's no better than even money for re-election according to most analysts which brings us to this week's big question, are any of the big-time republicans who passed up a run for president regretting it? >> one def
. >>> marking the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. president obama, george w. bush and rudy giuliani are expected to attend ceremonies in new york city. relatives of the 9/11 victims will be allowed inside that new memorial built at the site of the world trade center. names of the nearly 3000 victims who died in the attacks are etched into the memorial. >>> still ahead on 9news now this sunday. the trial would draw worldwide attention. now everybody can watch the trial live on television. >>> she hasn't been seen for almost a week now and her family getting desparate by the minute. the search for an 11-year-old girl. back in a moment. blap . >>> divers are searching a pond in northern new hampshire for any sign of an 11-year-old girl who has been missing for six days now. celina cast was last seen at her computer in the family's home. reward money for information on her whereabouts now totals $30,000. over the weekend new hampshire and massachusetts state police searched for the girl along with the fbi. understandably her disappearance has rattled the small community of less
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is going to be the champion of all traditional values and high morals, why did he, rick perry, endorse rudy giuliani, pro-gay rights new york politician in 2008 for president? there is a preview of things to come. >> was the foot he showed wearing a marcos shoe? i don't think a supporting giuliani is going to have any effect whatsoever on perry. he is not even in the race. the fox news opinion poll that came out on thursday showed romney at 17 and i believe perry at 12 or 13. the guy has not campaign yet. >> that underscores the point that romney has hardly solidified his lead. >> i think it will end up with perry and romney. >> the consumer protection agency and the controversial woman who dreamed it up. >> nobody is looking out for american families. >> harvard law professor elizabeth warren with abc's jake tapper. the consumer protection act is under siege and behind schedule. wall street doesn't like this, charles. >> how is it working out with 9.2% unemployment? the regulations that are yet to be written on this all going to take years and years and introduce nothing but uncertainty in
indicators. >> these early polls are not a good indicator of anything. if they were, rudy giuliani or hillary clinton would be president of the united states. when people get to know my record in minnesota, reducing taxes, cutting spending, doing health care reform the right way, no mandates, no takeovers, i think my campaign will do quite well. >> pawlenty is confident that he will finish strong in the iowa republican party straw poll on august 13th. >>> rupert murdoch is in london meeting with employees of the news international operation in the wake of a phone hacking scandal. he suddenly shut down the company's news of the world tabloid last week. some of that tabloid employees are accused of hacking into the cell phones of one missing british girl and others. murdoch owns this company's parent company and is trying to buy a british satellite service for $19 billion. >>> for the third time in a matter of days, a plane enters restricted airspace over the president's country retreat in maryland. we will tell you how this one ended. r r lt >>>
a nonexistent past while in congress. >> these polls are not a good indicator of anything. if they were rudy giuliani or president clinton would be president of the united states. they almost never predict the outcome. when people get to know my record, cutting health care reform the right way, no mandates, no takeovers. doing public employee pension and pay reform -- >> pawlenty is confident he will finish strong in the straw poll august 13th in iowa. >>> a stunner in the women's world cup. one of the most thrilling goals in u.s. history. highlights next. >>> one of the best world cups. >> united states versus brazil. 122nd minute, last minute of the game, u.s. down 2-1. seconds left, incredible cross in the box and headerred -- that ties it for the americans. it was a great game. a forced penalty kick. u.s. wins. they won 5-3. they advance to the semifinals wednesday against france. >>> now to diamond jordan zimmerman. nats looking to end a three-game skid. roger bernardino provided the game winning pitch in the 6th. nats win 2-0. head into the all sta
stuff, maybe not so much. listen to rudy giuliani last night on "hannity." here is what he had to say about the debt. >> if we default, and i hope we don't but if we default 90% of the responsibility is on the president of the united states. not even the democrats in the house or republicans in the house. it's on him. he sethe leader of the country and the chief executive of the country. he has yet to outline a plan because he is too darn afraid. >> andrea: we shouldn't be having this conversation. the reason we're having the conversation is because of the man you saw walking on that grass. president obama has spent so much, almost $4 trillion. we are hitting the debt ceiling again. look, it's not going to be good news. we have can't default. i agree with juan. listen, we have to make cuts. democrats have to stop bucking -- >> kimberly: otherwise it's meaningless. >> andrea: absolutely. >> kimberly: if you don't make the cut, you can raise the debt ceiling but foolish if it's irresponsible. >> juan: you hear rudy giuliani if this -- so it sounds like in other words he was the guy who
into the potential hacking of 9/11 victims' cell phones. they said last night if rudy giuliani runs from president, this is going to take spectacular spinning. that is going to be even harder. joining us now, e.j. dionne, washington post columnist. e.j., nice to see you, thank you for joining us. how much does rupert murdoch's political influence affect the importance of this as a big business scandal? >> well, first of all, i think one of the reasons we are talking about this tonight is because of his political influence. you saw it there in that rudy giuliani comment. this person could make or break politicians. he's done it for years on three continents, australia, great britain, and the united states. he was very active in new york city politics, and, you know, up to now, being rupert murdoch it's a particular problem for prime minister cameron, his close aide, andy coulson turned out to have been involved in the phone hacking scandal of "news of the world," so i think it influences why we're talking about him, and it's a good reason to talk about him. >> i think seeing this across the pond dr
the republican headlines, herman cain's muslim problems, and mayor rudy giuliani says that the republicans need to get out of people's bedrooms, and michele bachmann says she does not feel that the deficit deadline is real, and we have deputy director of news mark murray joining us. let me play to you what herman cain had to say sunday morning in an interview on fox. okay. i am told we don't have it just yet, mark, but the bottom line is that herman cain has gained traction and popularity while on the campaign trail, and he has on several occasions discussed muslims and mosques and here is the latest we have here on fox, his comments. >> don't americans have a right of whatever religion under the constitution that you speak so much about to free speech and freedom to worship? >> to the people in murphreesboro, it is hallowed ground. they are objecting to the intentions of trying to get shariah law. >> so you are saying any community that wants to ban a mosk? >> yes, they have a right to do that. >> and he was asked about who might want to ban african-americans from areas and the civil rights hi
. earlier rudy giuliani spoke in favor of the cross. >> well, it is significant, because it was found in the midst of the flames and the smoke and the debris and then all of the sudden a cross emerges that is formed by the steel and by the way in which the building came down. so, it was like a sense that we weren't abandoned by god. >> joining me now is nationally syndicated radio show host michael smerconish who is also a contributor to msnbc, and i want to point out that the beams formed a cross organically from the remnants of the cross, and someone did not weld them together in the shape of a cross, so it is something that was inspirational to a lot of people, and what do you make of the lawsuit and does the group have a legal leg to stand on? >> well, it is one of the cases that thomas if it should get to the supreme court of the united states, my hunch is that it ends in a 5-4 decision probably because of the conservatives on the court siding with those who'd like the cross to be kept in the museum. i'm in that category. if you said to me that today with nothing having happened
romney, rudy giuliani, john mccain. it looks like right now combined the candidates might not even top 40 million combined. we already saw romney underperformed his own mark last time. there may only be one other candidate overall that gets to $10 million raised. you had three last time. what's going on. why was there more republican donors contributing to more candidates in 2007 than there is this time. >> well, i don't think a whole lot is going on, chuck. there's a lot of candidates to choose from. there's a lot of people in the field. a lot of people are working. >> the field was pretty large last time. there were some ten candidates. >> that's true. it's early, chuck. i think people are trying to measure up the republican candidates. there isn't necessarily a front-runner and so i think it spread the field out a little bit. but i also know there's a lot of time. i think the news cycle is incredibly fast. i'm not saying it was slow in 2008. it's even faster than it was back then. these candidates will have a lot of time to get the iowa. i don't think, chuck, seriously, i don't think a
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